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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1895)
DR. C. w. BARR.
Qood yyork and pfonest Qealing.
I. O. O. F. BUILDING.
all kinds of fillings carefully ano skillfully
Eugene A. Sherwin,
City Council Proceeding«.
Nov. 4, 1895.
G. W. Smith, City Marshal, Milton
Berry, City Recorder, C. P. J ones, Street
Commissioner, and I. C. Dodge, Supt. of
Water Works, submitted their reports
for month ending October 31. 1895,
which were read and placvdon file.
City Surveyor, J. A. McCall, made a
report ef survey of a street thirtv feet
wide connecting South end of Woolen
street with West end of Bush street; also
a deed from the parties owning land
used in making said street was present
ed to ami accepted by the Council.
City Surveyor, J. A. McCall, presented
a re|»orl of surveoof certain lands lying
along Ashland Creek deeded to the City
of Ashland for the sum of £100. The re-
j»ort was accepted by the Council, and it
was ordered that a warrant be drawn on
the City Treasurer in favor of H. C. Mes
senger for said sum of $300.
F. T. F rode n burg presented a petition
and bond in the tom of $600 with w. J.
Virgin and II. J. Hicks as securities, to
the Council, requesting a saloon lisence.
The petition contained the names of 198
legal voters. Said bond was approved
and lisence granted for one year from
November 6, 1896.
J. A. Gross presented a petition signed
bv 205 legal voters, and bond in the sum
of $500, w ith II. Judge and J. E. Pelton
as bondmen, asking for a saloon lisence.
The lisence was granted for one year
from November 8, |8?>5.
A compensation of five dollars per
month until March 1, 1898, to Night
watchman L. L. Gilbert. to aid in pay
ing for his services as Nightwatchman,
was allowed by vote of the Council.
Ordinance ItiS was read and its en
forcement ordered. Now all awnings
w ithin the tire limits must be supported
bv • iron rods from the walls and not bv •
jHM»ts from the side-w alks.
Bills to the amount of $438.74 were
Teachers* Review Class.
Those not w ishing to take either of
the regular courses in the Normal can
now enter the class for the review of the
common branches and methods.
Address: A shland N ormal .
fpilE MARBLE HILL ERA is a 4 page
weekly im|>er, choke full of choice
reading, only 25c ¡»eryear. For unique
ness ami originality it cannot be beaten.
Sample copy free.
John 8. Smith, Pub. Marble Hill, Ind.
B you will cut out and
send us with your next
order, this notice, we
will send von. free of cost, a j>air of EL-
BWANT H ouse SUPPERS worth »1.00
to $2.00, if the order is over $25.00 and
is accompanied by remittance to cover
the amount. If under $25.00, we will
send something nice of less value.
We want tn see how many of our
friends read the A dvertiser , to see if it
pays to advertise. No attention paid to
fetters about it unless clipping comes
SMITHS’ CASH STORE,
414-418 F ront S treet , S. F.
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A PAPER THAT WILL PLEASE YOU
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Insurance o< all Good Kinds
at Low Rates,
See G. F. Billings,
Real Estate and Insurance.
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